King & Spalding, looking to beef up its intellectual property and biotechnology practices, hired three attorneys from crosstown rival Kilpatrick Stockton and may be scoping out more hires in those areas.

Anthony B. Askew, Stephen M. Schaetzel and James D. Johnson joined King & Spalding last week. Askew, 66, was a co-founder of the IP boutique firm Jones & Askew, which Kilpatrick Stockton acquired in 2000. Schaetzel and Johnson also worked at Jones & Askew.

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